Soi 19 Opens Its Seventh Outlet At North Bridge Road With Incredible Thai Wanton Mee, Meats And More To Enjoy!

If you’re a fan of Thai Wanton Mee, the name Soi 19 is definitely no stranger to most of you. Good news, they have recently opened its seventh outlet in Raffles Hospital at North Bridge Road, offering a delectable plethora of dishes to enjoy. Indulge in incredible and affordable delights like their Signature Wanton Mee, Thai Fried Pork, and more! 


Soi 19 Opens Their Seventh Outlet At North Bridge Road 

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Established in 2012 by Mr Ng Sing Chow, he decided to venture into the F&B scene in Singapore when he faced difficulties with his apparel business. Inspired by the popularity of Thai wanton noodles in Bangkok, he worked effortlessly to learn and perfect the dish before opening their first stall in Ang Mo Kio. Fast forward 12 years later, they now have seven outlets islandwide and are one of Singapore’s top spots for Thai Wanton Mee.

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Their new outlet combines a trendy Thai modern aesthetic with warm brown furniture fittings. Additionally, their signature neon lights logo adorns the space, adding a unique touch to the ambience. 

Popular Bestsellers You Must Try!

1. Original Thai Wanton Mee ($6.80)

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Starting with their signature, the wanton mee is served with a generous array of ingredients – Thai sausage, fried wanton, char siew, and topped with crispy golden nuggets of pork lard.

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Don’t be fooled by the unassuming looks of the noodles as they are incredibly springy and packed with flavour. To give the dish more oomph, do add the Thai chilli flakes and green chilli for an amazing kick of spice and acidity. 

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As for the ingredients, the char siew is tender while the Thai sausage offers a sweet-salty element, with a slight char that gives a crispy edge and smokiness. The wanton is crispy and contains a substantial amount of filling with the perfect amount of seasoning. Additionally, the pork lard adds a sinful yet pleasant umami to each bite, elevating the dish. 

2. Black Sauce Thai Wanton Mee ($6.80)

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Similar to the previous dish, this Thai wanton mee however is served with black sauce instead. Compared to the original, it is bolder and sweeter in flavour, offering a unique yet familiar twist. Both versions are served with the same ingredients and a bowl of light and peppery soup.

3. Thai Fried Rice ($6.80)

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If you’re craving some rice, this would be a good option. The rice is fluffy and flavourful, with flavours reminiscent of your typical Chinese-style fried rice. Served alongside a dipping sauce, it adds layers of savouriness and heat that blend well with the other flavours.


4. Thai Mango Salad ($7)

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A refreshing palate cleanser to share, the mango salad is fresh and crunchy, offering a good balance of sweet and salty. Topped with sliced chillis, it gives the dish a kick of heat that complements the vibrant flavours.  

5. Thai Fried Pork ($8)

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One of their must-tries, the fried pork is incredibly crispy and even retains its texture after being left out for a significant period. The batter is perfectly seasoned and isn’t too thick, allowing you to enjoy the texture and natural flavour of the pork while a delightful kick of garlic helps to lift the dish. 

6. Thai BBQ Pork ($13)

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Compared to your classic roasted char siew, the marinade of the BBQ pork here is sweeter without being too overpowering. Smoky and tender, it has a layer of char that adds a delightful textural contrast to the meat as well. 

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Hurry Down To Soi 19 Today! 

Besides the best-sellers mentioned, Soi 19 offers a tasty and wide selection ranging from noodle and rice dishes to amazing meat and seafood. With their newest outlet centrally located, fans no longer need to travel far for a taste of authentic Thai Wanton Mee. Hurry down and try it yourself today!

1. Bugis Outlet

Address: 585 North Bridge Rd, #01-04 Raffles Hospital, Singapore 188770

Operating Hours: Daily, 10am to 9pm (last Order 8.30pm)

2. Thomson Outlet

Address: 244R Upper Thomson Rd

Operating Hours

  • Mon to Thurs & Sun, 10.30am to 11pm
  • Fri & Sat, 10.30am to 12am

3. Kovan Outlet

Address: 9 Yio Chu Kang Rd #01-56

Operating Hours

  • Tues to Fri, 10.30am to 9.30pm
  • Sat & Sun, 9.30am to 9.30pm

4. Telok Ayer Outlet

Address: 51 Telok Ayer St, #01-02 China Square Food Centre

Operating Hours: Mon to Fri, 10.30am to 9.30pm

5. Ang Mo Kio Outlet

Address: 151 Ang Mo Kio Ave 5, Stall 5

Operating Hours: Tues to Sun, 7am to 4pm

6. Jurong Outlet

Address: Blk 134 Jurong Gateway Road #01-309

Operating Hours

  • Tues to Fri, 10am to 7.30pm
  • Sat & Sun, 7.30am to 4.30pm

7. Buona Vista Outlet

Address: 9 North Buona Vista, #01-12

Operating Hours

  • Mon to Fri, 10.30am to 9pm
  • Sat, 10.30am to 8pm

8. Tampines Outlet

  • For all delivery platforms. Grab, Deliveroo, Food Panda

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